A report on Catullus

Modern bust of Catullus on the Piazza Carducci in Sirmione.
Catullus at Lesbia's by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Bithynia within the Roman Empire
Catullus et in eum commentarius (1554)
Lesbia, 1878 painting by John Reinhard Weguelin inspired by the poems of Catullus

Latin poet of the late Roman Republic who wrote chiefly in the neoteric style of poetry, focusing on personal life rather than classical heroes.

- Catullus
Modern bust of Catullus on the Piazza Carducci in Sirmione.

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Peleus consigns Achilles to Chiron's care, white-ground lekythos by the Edinburgh Painter, c. 500 BC, (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)

Peleus

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Hero, king of Phthia, husband of Thetis and the father of their son Achilles.

Hero, king of Phthia, husband of Thetis and the father of their son Achilles.

Peleus consigns Achilles to Chiron's care, white-ground lekythos by the Edinburgh Painter, c. 500 BC, (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)
Detail of Greek mosaic with Peleus and Clotho, Paphos Archaeological Park
Peleus makes off with his prize bride Thetis, who has vainly assumed animal forms to escape him: Boeotian black-figure dish, ca. 500 BC–475 BC

Catullus, Poem 64

Coinage of Skione. Head of Protesilaos, wearing Attic helmet / Stern of galley left within incuse square. Circa 480-470 BC

Protesilaus

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Hero in the Iliad who was venerated at cult sites in Thessaly and Thrace.

Hero in the Iliad who was venerated at cult sites in Thessaly and Thrace.

Coinage of Skione. Head of Protesilaos, wearing Attic helmet / Stern of galley left within incuse square. Circa 480-470 BC
Coinage of Thebai, Thessaly. Veiled head of Demeter, wearing wreath of grain ears / ΘHBAIΩИ, Protesilaos, wearing armor and short chiton, holding sword in right hand and shield in left, stepping off the prow of a galley; waves visible to the lower right. Early 3rd century BC

"carmen 61", "carmen 68", by Catullus

Bertha Tideman-Wijers

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Dutch composer who lived in Indonesia for almost two decades and incorporated Indonesian elements into her compositions.

Dutch composer who lived in Indonesia for almost two decades and incorporated Indonesian elements into her compositions.

Variations on Valerius "Where that one already turns or turns" (violin, cello and piano; text by Catullus)

Louis Zukofsky

Louis Zukofsky

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American poet.

American poet.

Louis Zukofsky

Another major work that preoccupied Zukofsky for much of the 1960s was the controversial Catullus, a homophonic translation from Latin done in collaboration with his wife of the entire existent works of Catullus.

Thomas Sutton bequeathed money to maintain a chapel, hospital, and school at the London Charterhouse, a former Carthusian monastery, where Crashaw studied from 1629 to 1631.

Richard Crashaw

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Richard Crashaw (c.

Richard Crashaw (c.

Thomas Sutton bequeathed money to maintain a chapel, hospital, and school at the London Charterhouse, a former Carthusian monastery, where Crashaw studied from 1629 to 1631.
The Old Court at Pembroke College, Cambridge
The Old Court at Peterhouse, Cambridge, the oldest constituent college of the university, which Crashaw described as "a little contentfull kingdom"
Little St Mary's, Cambridge
Title page of Crashaw's Steps to the Temple (1646) which was published during Crashaw's exile

1225–1274). "Come and let us live", a translation by Crashaw of a poem by Roman poet Catullus (84–54 BC), was set to music as a four-part choral glee by Samuel Webbe, Jr. (1770–1843).

W. G. Hardy

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Canadian professor, writer, and ice hockey administrator.

Canadian professor, writer, and ice hockey administrator.

Hardy was a student at Victoria College (pictured) from 1913 to 1917, while studying Classics at the University of Toronto.
From 1922 to 1964, Hardy was a professor at the University of Alberta (pictured in 1929).
Hardy pushed for a new definition of amateur, in the wake of Canada not winning the gold medal in ice hockey at the 1936 Winter Olympics hosted in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Hardy lengthened playoff series for the Allan Cup (trophy pictured) to a best-of-seven format, and began the practice of playing all of the games in a series in one location to increase profits.
Hardy presided over the CAHA's silver jubilee in 1939, hosted at the Royal Alexandra Hotel (drawing room pictured) in Winnipeg.
Hardy operated normal playoff schedules during World War II for the Allan Cup and Memorial Cup (trophy pictured) to maintain public morale, and approved a plan which gave control of the Eastern Canada playoffs to a subcommittee of the CAHA.
Hardy negotiated several professional–amateur agreements with NHL president Frank Calder (pictured), on behalf of the CAHA and the International Ice Hockey Association.
Hardy was rumoured in 1943 and 1944 as a replacement for Red Dutton (pictured presenting trophy), who had been acting as NHL president since the death of Calder in 1943.
The Ottawa RCAF Flyers team (pictured) was the subject of Hardy's article "Fiasco on Ice" in Maclean's that argued against the definition of amateur for ice hockey at the 1948 Winter Olympics.
The New Yorker Hotel (pictured) hosted the 1949 general meetings of the IIHF, CAHA and AHAUS concurrently in May 1949.
The Lethbridge Maple Leafs (team pictured) played in the Western Canada Senior Hockey League organized by Hardy, and won the 1951 Ice Hockey World Championship while he was IIHF president.
Hardy assisted in preparations for the Edmonton Mercurys (team jersey pictured) to represent Canada in ice hockey at the 1952 Winter Olympics.
Hardy was a judge in a 1963 contest to find new lyrics for The Maple Leaf Forever (sheet music cover pictured).
Bust of Julius Caesar; Ancient Rome and Caesar's life were recurring themes in Hardy's novels.
Edmonton's Mount Pleasant Cemetery, where Hardy was interred
Medal of the Order of Canada

The book sold over 1 million copies', and tells the fictionalized story of Catullus and a love affair during the time of Caesar.